Satellite Cost ?
On average, Squire Tech’s customers pay about $175/month and $100/day during emergency events or rig site daily rental services with phones and internet. Our average customer receives services of 5 Mbps x 2 Mbps network access and have 24 hour free technical support on our provided equipment/network
Industry Answer: A geostationary satellite (which we buy frequencies on for 5-7 years at a time) costs $350 million dollars to put in orbit. They last about 15 years. Space operators, such as Intelsat, Eutelsat, HispaSat, Telstar own this fleet. They aren’t a service provider of individual industry vertical solutions, but rather in the business of monetizing the frequencies they have through selling to operators like Squire Tech. Operators own iDirect Hub equipment, rent uplink space at various teleports, collated control equipment to serve packaged offerings to end customers.